The word “poor” has long ago ceased to have any real descriptive meaning in this world. What poverty means has become completely subjective, and also very personal and political. For example, a recent survey showed that almost everyone who makes below $70,000/year considers themselves to be poor (or struggling,) regardless of any official nomenclature of […]
This is the story of writing when you are too young to know anything, and about almost destroying an eye at age eighteen. It may take me a bit to get to the eye bit of the story, but it’s all of a piece.
The process of a novel making it’s way into being a movie is long and sometimes complicated. But we seem to be moving right along. Things are going great in PA movie news, and I hope to have stuff I can share with you soon, but take my word for it — the project is […]
I’ve written a few other articles about this adventure of a novel making its way to film. You might want to check them out either before or after you read this one: Bringing the Amish to Hollywood, or Selling a Film Option 101 (Nov. 2015) Traversing the Hollywood Maze (March 2016) Pennsylvania: A big budget […]